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I can't find a video that explains how you can make a mask of say a tree with the sky being visible through the branches - so that only the tree with its branches is selected but not the glimpses of sky in between. In On1 you have something called the perfect brush which has AI behind....

 

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An example image would be good.

You could try the Flood select tool and uncheck contiguous.

This image was made with this technique, so I used the Flood select tool to select the sky and all the bits between the leaves and branches, inverted the selection and used refine with a small amount of feather 0.3px to make a layer with mask. I then dropped another sky into the document below the image.

The only AI used was me xD
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